RECENT rains along with sunny days and cool nights have King Valley vignerons expecting another top harvest next year.
DESPITE a lack of interstate buyers at Friday’s monthly store cattle sale prices remained solid although slightly easier.
THIS year’s Wangaratta Show will include a prime lamb competition among the other regular show events.
THE Wangaratta Spring Feature Store Cattle Sale attracted around 2500 head, a substantial lift in number for this sale.
NOT everyone is convinced the upcoming ACCC inquiry into the national dairy industry will help dairy farmers.
WHILE many people are suffering through this extended chilly, wintry weather local sheep producers by and large are faring pretty well.
CERIDWEN Brown has been a judge at the Australian Food Awards.
A SHORTAGE of natural feed and difficulty finding an agistment property led Greg Collins to sell 44 black angus shorthorn cross weaners.
IF you’ve been suffering through the recent heatwave spare a thought for hop farmers Neville and Donna Handcock of Myrrhee.
A DRY February should hold no real concerns for local farmers.
IT was a celebratory atmosphere at the Blue Ribbon Weaner Sale on Friday.
BEEF prices started in 2016 from where they left off at the end of last year with all prices for steers and heifers well over…
ALMOST 40,000 head of cattle went through the Wangaratta Livestock Exchange in 2015.
LIFE’S pretty good for Byawatha farmer Tony Ransom since he completed his harvesting two weeks ago.
THE heat seemed to be coming off beef prices at the monthly store cattle sale at the Wangaratta Livestock Exchange.
LOCAL cereal farmers may come out of this hot and dry season with a reasonable crop.